Celebrated each year on March 8, International Women’s Day is a time to highlight the achievements of women and the continuing efforts to obtain true gender equality around the world. Imperial recognizes the values of diversity and inclusion and the significant role that women have played in our company’s success.
Kathleen Graham breaks records, diving 670 metres down Canada’s deepest cave.
How Esso helped inspire Kearl employee Joel Savage’s professional hockey career.
Imperial has more than 5,500 staff across Canada. With that many people spread across a large and culturally-diverse country, we’re bound to see all sorts of differences within our teams.
At Imperial, we are committed to providing a rewarding long-term career. To cultivate your growth, we provide you with assignments across various functions of the Finance organization: controllers, audit, tax, and treasurers; as well as across all segments of our business: upstream, downstream, chemical and corporate.
Imperial’s focus on diversity and inclusion helps create a workplace where people’s unique contributions and perspectives are respected and valued. These different ideas and viewpoints ultimately strengthen the company and help it grow and innovate.
Lara Pella came to Imperial with more than 10 years of legal experience and a hunger for interesting, challenging work. As an experienced hire, she had plenty to offer, as well as some criteria for her future employer to meet.
Imperial looks for a strong cultural fit as well as technical expertise in candidates. Canada Recruitment Manager, Blair Oakes, provides the inside scoop on our recruitment perspective and career offering.
Co-op and summer student experiences at Imperial offer practical skills, meaningful work and access to mentors. University of Toronto Mineral Engineering student Adarsh Khokal shares his experience.
Co-op and summer student experiences at Imperial are an opportunity to learn, grow and succeed in a diverse work environment. Dalhousie University commerce student Lana Toews shares her experience.
Recent university and college graduates looking to start their professional lives find interesting, challenging work, plenty of individual support and a career home at Imperial. University of British Columbia Geological Engineering alum (2016) Tyrel Sulzer, shares his view.
Upstream Engineer, Vicki Teskey, knew she wasn’t the first of her family to work for Imperial. But it wasn’t until she was flipping through old photos that she realized the Teskey family history with Imperial goes back four generations - over nearly a century.